Daily Archives: May 1, 2013
SINGAPORE, May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Global energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus has launched the Argus India ethanol assessment to meet growing demand for price references and transparency in the market.
[ANGOP]Lubango -The Ministry of Youth and Sports (MIJUD) is studying policies for a better management of sports infrastructures, mainly Tundavala national stadium in the southern Huila province, an official source has announced.
[RNW Africa]Twenty-four-year old Helen Baleke became the first female boxer in the Kampala slum of Katanga. Today she and her younger sister, Diana Tulyanrabo, are Uganda’s female boxing champions. RNW met up with them to find out what, in the first place, got them punching.
[Daily News]Dodoma -MEMBERS of Parliament have voiced their discontent over mistreatment accorded to former captain of the national soccer team (Taifa Stars) Jella Mtagwa.
[Daily News]A FEISTY atmosphere is set to reign at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam when newly crowned champions Yanga entertain Coastal Union in one of five Premier League matches on Wednesday.
[ANGOP]Luanda -Petro de Luanda hammered on Tuesday Interclube by 101-94, in the third round of the group A’s final four phase of the national senior males basketball championship (BAIBasket2013).
[ANGOP]Luanda -The managing board of 1º de Maio de Benguela sacked on Tuesday the coach Eddie Cardoso, for bad results in the national first division football championship (Girabola2013).
[New Vision]RACHEL Ntono ended Soroti SS hopes of reaching the semi-final of the on going Pepsi Girls School cricket week, after she led defending champion Jinja SS to a-81 run win.
[New Republic]First Division Basketball Club Timberwolves has vowed to win the Liberia Basketball Association (LBA) first division Championship this season.
[New Vision]UCU Canons point guard Cyrus Kiviri turned on the style as Mukono overcame Kampala A 72-67 in a mouth-watering East and Central Inter-Cities Basketball Championship encounter that was decided in the last 40 seconds.
[Daily News]THE construction of a 2,500-seater capacity Indoor Stadium at Filbert Bayi Secondary School at Mkuza area, Kibaha district will be completed in June, this year.
[Vanguard]The Main Organising Committee (MOC) of the Okpekpe 10km International Road Race yesterday confirmed that most of the invited foreign athletes for the competition are scheduled to start arriving Nigeria tomorrow (Thursday).
[Vanguard]PRESIDENT of the Nigeria Cricket Federation, Kwesi Sagoe has been re-elected as Chairman of the Africa Cricket Association. His re-election took place in South Africa during the Association’s Annual General Meeting which ended at the weekend.
[This Day]The Main Organising Committee (MOC) of the Okpekpe 10km International Road Race Tuesday confirmed that most of the invited foreign athletes for the competition are scheduled to arrive Nigeria Thursday.